The Benefits of Regular Grooming

Not only does regular grooming make your dog look and feel good also carries with it significant health benefits too.

  • Removing dead coat make way for new coat growth.
  • Removing dead coat allows better body temperature control.
  • Removing knots & tangles helps prevent skin trauma & disease.
  • A knot free coat will allow the dog to move freely.
  • Regular grooming helps parasite control.
  • Grooming strengthens the bond between owner & the dog.

A groomed dog is a happy dog!

Benefits of the Blow Dry

Starts with first a towel dry and then use of the high velocity dryer, the dog will never be in a cage for this process. The high velocity dryer has many volumes of speed to turn up and down depending on the nature and size of the dog the benefit of having the high velocity dryer, as well as drying your dog it increases blood flow to the skin promoting better circulation. The dryer is adaptable to a variety of coat types and has numerous uses, including de-shedding and loosening matted coats.

Benefits of the Hydro-Bath

The high strength fibreglass hydrobath tub is suitable for all sizes and breeds from Yorkshire Terrier to Great Danes and there is no mess to clean up after bath time or Dogs running away. The spray head produces a unique hydro-combing action that massages and stimulates the skin, so not only is it the most effective way of washing your Dog but also provides a therapeutic water massage. This helps with blood circulation, relieves tired muscles and has been found to be beneficial for Arthritis and older Dogs. Water penetrates the coat getting right to the skin removing dry dead skin cells, embedded flea eggs and other materials that can be hidden and hard to get rid of, especially for Dogs with longer and thicker coats. This promotes a healthier coat and improved skin condition.

Benefits of Handstripping

Stripping or hand-stripping is the process of pulling the dead hair out of the coat of a non-shedding dog, either by using a stripping knife or the fingers. A hard, wiry coat has a cycle where it starts growing and then sheds as it reaches maximum length. Hand-stripping coordinates the shedding and makes room for a new coat to grow. Stripping is the proper grooming method for most terriers, spaniels, and many other breeds. The hair is removed with either a stripping knife or stripping stone, with the top coat removed to reveal the dense, soft undercoat. If done correctly, the procedure is painless. Many dogs are reported to enjoy having their hair stripped, especially when they are introduced to it as puppies.